ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF THE VILADONGA HILLFORT



ARTICLES ABOUT MATERIALS OF MUSEUM
CRUCIBLES
ANALYSIS OF FAUNA REMAINS
CERAMIC HANDLES
PENANNULAR BROOCHS
RINGS
DECORATIVES THEMES  IN THE CASTREXA (HILLFORT) CERAMIC
SIGILLATAS
PIECES OF DECORATION AND BOTONS OF BRONZE
GRAPHITE IN CERAMIC WITH THE NAME OF NANTIVS
TEGULAS WITH FOOTPRINTS OF ANIMALS
POSSIBLE PIECES OF FORNITURE
FINE WARE POTTERY
BRONZE TOOLS
COINS OF THE EARLY EMPIRE

 

VILADONGA HILLFORT MUSEUM
Felipe Arias Vilas
Mª Consuelo Durán Fuentes

Guidebook of the Museum, 1996 (Conmmission of Culture and Social Comunication)
Texts in Galician, Spanish, English, French and German.
252 pages, abundant photos in color and illustrations.
ISBN: 84-453-1697-4

CONTENT

Introduction
Room 0. Complementary information

    The Museum
    The Site
         The archaeological excavations in the Hillfort
    The historical Context
         The Castrexa (Hillfort) Culture
         The Galician-Roman Culture
    The archaeological surroundings of the Viladonga Hillfort
Room I. Habitat
    The natural environment
    The pre-roman level of the Hillfort
    The defenses of the Hillfort
    The inner organization of the Hillfort
    The constructive elements
    Roofs made of various types of vegetation and other elements
    Tile roofs
Room II Material Culture (1)
    Stone tools and utensils
    Iron tools and utensils
    Bronze instruments and utensils
    Castrexa pottery
    Common Roman  pottery
    Terra Sigillata
Room III Material Culture (2) and beliefs
    Glass
    Clothing and material
    Metal works and personal ornaments
    Coins and games
    Beliefs
    Llife in the Hillfort
         The chronology of the Viladonga Hillfort
         Everyday life in the Hillfort
         The archaeological folklore
Conclusion

Bibliography

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